Idris Elba makes a stand
Action, villains and more
Universal postpone production in wake of Paul Walker's tragic death
The Family: A family of aliens whose heads look like, er, cones.
What more do you need to know? Strangest Member: Dan Aykroyd looks the creepiest, but they’re all pretty odd to be fair.
Nobody notices since they explain themselves as “French”.
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Nov 9th 2012, 8:12
That was a nice list. I would have rated the Griswolds a lot higher though. But are they even weird...it's probably just so funny because it's so close to a real family. Some I would add to the list: The Laemles from the underrated small movie named "Parents" (1989) with R. Quaid, then the Cleeks from "The Woman" (2011) and the whole Fox family from "You've Got Mail".
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Nov 9th 2012, 13:35
The Yamazaki's from Visitor Q - The Dad is having sex with the daughter who seems to be a prostitute and possibly the one who instigated the whole thing. The mother is so repressed she projectile lactates at will. Then there's the son and the whole thing with a spot of necrophilia. Lovely bunch really.
Nov 9th 2012, 14:58
In Requiem For A Dream, she was his mother, not his grandmother.
Nov 9th 2012, 15:15
And it's "a dog in heat", not "a dog on heat"!
Nov 9th 2012, 17:28
Nov 9th 2012, 17:32
Sorry, The Parrs aka The Incredibles.
Nov 9th 2012, 18:31
The fact that you didn't include the family in Hotel New Hampshire is just RIDICULOUS.
Nov 9th 2012, 18:46
You could make a case for the Hansens in "The Celebration". Reading out the account of your fathers sexual abuse of you at said fathers 60th birthday party has got to earn you something...
Nov 11th 2012, 0:36
What about the family from "Dogtooth"?
Nov 11th 2012, 15:51
'Leicester'? Surely you mean 'Lester'. Great list though.
Nov 11th 2012, 16:12
what about Lola, Daddy & Bright Eyes from The Loved Ones, the Vangers from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, or the family from Down Terrace?
Nov 12th 2012, 13:01
The Dinkle family in Mary and Max are pretty eccentric. Especially Vera.
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